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SIERRA VISTA — Sierra Vista Sings will present its Sing for Joy holiday concerts, featuring Vocalise, the High Desert Singers and the Note-ables.

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The annual Christmas Light Parade is fast approaching as the season’s holidays have arrived. However, this year there will be some changes to the city’s parade route.

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SIERRA VISTA — “I think coffee is the only thing that the whole world agrees on ... It’s brought countries together, it’s brought cities together, states, small towns, families. And so, we really just need to take everybody up on that and we just need to work together and try to make the wor…

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SIERRA VISTA — With the Sierra Vista Unified School District reporting the passing of a Buena High School senior in October, interim Principal Nicole Young shares the school’s protocol for handling such cases.

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FORT HUACHUCA — After COVID-19 did away with Adopt-A-Soldier last year, Tuesday’s event on post where families were paired with the soldiers they’ll have over for Thanksgiving Day festivities was filled with more excitement and anticipation than waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven.

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The Sierra Vista City Council unanimously voted 6-0 for the resolution that would allow for the expansion of the redevelopment area for the West End project on Thursday, Nov. 18.

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SIERRA VISTA — At the weekly meeting of the Rotary Club of Sierra Vista, Club President Ken Stickler welcomed the November Student of the Month, Ruth Choy, along with her parents Mr. Stanley Choy, Mrs. Jin Choy and Interim Principal of Buena High School, Ms. Nicole Young, who has been coordi…

The San Pedro Riparian National Conservation Area, or SPRNCA, is a great place to ride your horse. The Old West history of the area adds to the experience. You can follow in the hoof prints of the Earps and Clantons, Jeff Milton, Cochise, Geronimo and all the other famous people who once roa…

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SIERRA VISTA — “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” was a common theme Tuesday evening as the county’s Redistricting Advisory Commission held the last public hearing for residents of Sierra Vista and Huachuca City about changing the boundaries of the Board of Supervisors’ Districts 1, 2 and 3.

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Motorists traveling through the Fry Boulevard and Garden Avenue Improvement Project work zone in the West End will be able to make left hand turns to and from Fry starting Wednesday, Nov. 17, as new traffic control changes take effect.

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SIERRA VISTA — Sierra Vista Unified School District Chief Financial Officer Kenneth McGovern informed the board of an impending $5 million reduction in the district’s budgeted expenditures if the Arizona State Legislature does not pass an exemption for the coming year.

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Judging took place Saturday for the Festival of Trees in The Mall at Sierra Vista. The Mayor’s Choice was “There’s No Place Like Home for the Howlidays” by Long Realty. Other winners:

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Those who served in the armed forces received a show of appreciation Thursday as Sierra Vista held its annual Veterans Day Parade on Fry Boulevard. Young and old alike displayed thanks and patriotism during the event.

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SIERRA VISTA — Gunny's Barbeque LLC is hosting a fundraiser to benefit Operation Christmas Child at Thunder Mountain Church parking lot, 4300 Golden Acres Drive, Sierra Vista, Saturday, Nov. 13, from noon until the food is gone.

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Sierra Vista's Hummingbird Stitchers Quilt Guild, the Eagle Wings Quilts of Valor from Tucson and other local volunteers have been busy making quilts for veterans who have been touched by war. Presentations were held in October.

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All city facilities will be closed Thursday, Nov. 11, in observance of the Veterans Day holiday and road closures along Fry Boulevard and Wilcox Drive will be in place that morning due to the 26th Annual Veterans Day Parade. 

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Help is available for any veteran who is a survivor of military sexual trauma.

SIERRA VISTA — In an effort to encourage participation, Cochise County 4-H will host a countywide meet and greet potluck in the Discovery Garden at the University of Arizona Campus at 1140 N. Colombo Ave., Sierra Vista, Nov. 12 from 5-7 p.m.

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SIERRA VISTA — Like most of the country in the middle of a nationwide real estate boom, Cochise County real estate has been on a skyrocketing tear for the last year.

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DOUGLAS — Starting Monday, non-citizens from Mexico traveling to the United States for leisure will be allowed back across the border after an 18-month shutdown by U.S. officials that prevented these individuals from coming into this country to shop, eat and stay at local accommodations.